And I'm not happy.
I own, and really like, Sony Ericsson phones. I don't know if it is because I've gotten used to it, but I honestly think the interface is very easy to use.
But I'll say this much for the entire range. If it's cheap that you're looking for (and reliability in terms of being long lasting), you'll never, ever, think Sony.
And in times like these, that's not a good thing.
Is that a branding thing? Did SE choose not to position themselves as a low-end alternative? Or did just happen?